Melania Trump
First lady Melania Trump looks on as President Donald Trump speaks after receiving an update from disaster relief organizations on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, D.C., Sept. 1, 2017. Getty Images

Vanity Fair released its annual International Best-Dressed List 2017 Wednesday, featuring a few politicians, movie stars, and some musicians. However, there is one name that did not make the list, which people have particularly taken notice of, and has caused a stir on social media.

The list included former President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama; French President Emmanuel Macron and his, wife Brigitte; Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and John F. Kennedy's grandson, Jack Schlossberg.

Designer Hervé Pierre, whose designs first lady Melania Trump has worn quite often also made the list, however the current first lady herself did not make it. Soon after the list was published, conservative supporters of the first lady took to Twitter to defend her and criticize Vanity Fair.

But there were also other users who thought it was a fair decision.

The first lady's wardrobe has been put under the scanner and discussed by Vanity Fair in the past, some of the recent comments included her preference for the color pink and her decision to board a flight to visit victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas wearing stiletto heels. In August this year, Vanity Fair website ran an article called, "Melania Trump Takes a Fashion Cue from Michelle Obama," which compared Melania Trump's more affordable outfit to the J.Crew outfits that Michelle Obama was fond of wearing when she was in the White House.

Melania, who is a former model, should have made it to the best-dressed list because she is "one of the most fashion-forward American First Ladies in American history," wrote Breitbart’s John Bindner. He praised the first lady for often opting for the "most luxurious of fashion ensembles."

Meanwhile, Brent Scher, from the Washington Free Beacon, wrote "I’m literally shaking" at the idea that Melania wasn’t praised for her "fashion tour de force" during President Donald Trump and his wife's nine-day tour of the Middle East and Europe in May. "There is nobody on Vanity Fair’s best-dressed list more deserving of the honor than the First Lady," wrote Scher, also adding that Barack Obama "dresses like a nerd."

Conservative supporters and fans claimed that Vanity Fair intentionally left Melania out of the list. However, the Washington Post noted that both Obama and Macron made the Vanity Fair list in the couples category, so they speculated that perhaps Melania would have made it if her husband dressed a little differently.

Melania being a former model has worn clothing designed by renowned designers including Dolce & Gabbana, Jason Wu and Michael Kors. Some designers, however, said they would not dress the first lady including Tom Ford and Marc Jacobs, while others have come to Melania's defense. Designer Stefano Gabbana has posted photos of Melania on Instagram, and tagged them with the hashtags "#melaniatrump" and "#DGWoman."

The annual list published in Vanity Fair includes no Trumps at all, not even first daughter Ivanka, whose fashion sense is sometimes compared to her stepmother's.

The magazine only offered a brief explanation as to why it chose the former first couple for its couples list, highlighting one single look Michelle had been praised for while she and her husband visited Tuscany: "A white, off-the-shoulder Club Monaco top with high-waisted BCBG green linen cargo pants and sunglasses."